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ENCH468M/ENCH648M/BIOE489L/BIOE689L: Metabolic Pathway Engineering ([http://www.sis.umd.edu/bin/soc?crs=ENCH468M&sec=&term=201108&starthour=12&startmin=00&ampm=am&level=All&center=0 Fall 2011])
ENCH468M/ENCH648M/BIOE489L/BIOE689L: Metabolic Pathway Engineering ([http://www.sis.umd.edu/bin/soc?crs=ENCH468M&sec=&term=201108&starthour=12&startmin=00&ampm=am&level=All&center=0 Fall 2011])
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Credits: 3, Meeting time and venue: MW 5:30-6:45, CHE 2136
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Credits: 3; Meeting time and venue: MW 5:30-6:45, CHE 2136; Prerequisites: ENCH250, ENCH440 or equivalent (no previous exposure to biology needed)
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Prerequisites: ENCH250, ENCH440 or equivalent (no previous exposure to biology needed)
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This course will cover the state-of-the-art in metabolic engineering, with a  
This course will cover the state-of-the-art in metabolic engineering, with a  

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Lecture courses taught by Dr. Sriram

ENCH215: Chemical Engineering Analysis (Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Fall 2010)
ENCH300: Chemical Process Thermodynamics (Spring 2009, Spring 2010)
BIOE120: Biology for Engineers (Spring 2011)

Forthcoming lecture courses

ENCH468M/ENCH648M/BIOE489L/BIOE689L: Metabolic Pathway Engineering (Fall 2011)

Credits: 3; Meeting time and venue: MW 5:30-6:45, CHE 2136; Prerequisites: ENCH250, ENCH440 or equivalent (no previous exposure to biology needed)

This course will cover the state-of-the-art in metabolic engineering, with a focus on the analysis and engineering of metabolic pathways through (chemical) engineering principles. Topics covered include: (1) overview of biochemistry and metabolism; (2) metabolic flux analysis and isotope labeling illustrated with examples from the recent scientific literature; (3) technologies for engineering metabolic pathways; (4) metabolic control analysis and pathway regulation; (5) applications of metabolic engineering to synthesis of biofuels and therapeutics; (6) specialized and related subjects such as protein engineering and synthetic biology.

Research credits

To register for research credits through ENCH468 (undergraduate) or ENCH648, 799, 898 or 899 (graduate), please contact Dr. Sriram.

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